Game seven in a World Series is where the history of baseball is written by sports enthusiasts in colorful annuls for all time.
Radio waves all day have carried stories predicting the final outcome of tonight’s game.
In our dental office the topic of major conversation is the World Series.
We at emergency dental care KC appreciate the season’s play of the K.C. Royals.
Reviews from spring training to post season reveal sparkling play all season long.
Focus on the spectacular play of all competitors and you appreciate each and every player seen or read about in sports history.
Hats are tipped to the KC Royals and the San Francisco Giants, a series we have already started to scribe into the history books.
Tonight’s game was another nail biter decided in the bottom of the 9th inning with 2 outs and the left fielder for K.C., Alex Gordon, takes a pitch to the outfield that got by the center fielder.
Gordon ends up on 3rd base and the final out comes with the catcher, Perez, popping up a foul ball that ended the game.
There is a lot to be excited about in the series.
The final score San Francisco Giants 3, K.C. Royals 2, a well fought game.
Ned Yoast the manager of the K.C. Royals told the media how proud he was of his team.
There is no reason to bow their heads in defeat on this evening.
The victory for the Royals comes in their hard play night after night.
Their energetic style of play done the way it should be, leaving all on the field of play.
It has been an amazing journey seeing two wildcard teams meet in the World Series.
It will be very difficult to see history repeat itself with the most valuable player honor of the World Series going to the San Francisco Giants ace pitcher, Madison Bumgarner.
In 3 of the last 5 years the Giants have received World Series honors.
A commentary aired on WHB sports radio reported that the Giants pay their players salaries in the amount of 167 million dollars and the Royals player salaries are approximately 100 million dollars.
You will hear about this game seven in the history books of major league baseball.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://dentist4you.biz